St. Louis Will & Trust Contest Attorneys
Passionate & Effective Representation in Missouri & Illinois
At McCloskey Law Center, we see it all too often: A parent or grandparent
being emotionally coerced or controlled by a selfish family member who
works to push another relative or relatives out of their inheritance.
We handle will and trust contest cases on behalf of deprived heirs. We
have a substantial track record of success in this area and are committed
to the best interests of our clients. Our lawyers at McCloskey Law Center
could be your best allies at this time.
Advocacy for Deprived Heirs in St. Louis
We represent our clients in will and trust contests with the full benefit
of our collective years of experience in the field. If your family member
has wrongfully influenced your loved one to exclude you or inhibit your
rightful claim to an inheritance, we can help stand up for your rights
and ensure the proper legacy of your exploited loved one.
There are many reasons to choose our firm for a case involving a contested
will or trust:
We work on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will owe no legal fees unless we win your case. Hiring
a St. Louis will and trust attorney from our firm is risk-free. You have
nothing to lose and potentially everything to gain.
Our firm has over 50 years of experience. We have the knowledge and experience necessary to effectively establish
your case and protect your rights.
Our attorneys focus on brain injury cases. Because of this, we have the knowledge and understanding of the value
that expert witnesses will add to your case to establish that your loved
one was psychologically or emotionally coerced or manipulated.
Schedule a free case review with our lawyers today!
Learn more by talking to our attorneys as soon as possible. Our office
is located in St. Louis, but we serve clients throughout counties in both
Missouri and Illinois.
Contact McCloskey Law Center to schedule your
free consultation with our caring and dedicated firm today. Our goal is to protect your
future, your family's rights, and your loved one's true wishes